Women’s Global Health Network was founded in 2011 by Nupur Garg and Amanda Fornal. Their goal is to create a tool that will connect healthcare providers with women from underserved populations who are suffering from non-communicable diseases (NCDs).
Currently the organization is researching the most effective and valuable ways to communicate with healthcare providers and populations in need. This research will be used to design and develop a web based tool.
Women’s Global Health Network’s long term goal is to plan and execute studies in order to create reusable methodologies for the prevention of NCDs in women globally.
To maximize the accessibility of healthcare and prevention education to all women in the world.
- MD from Yale
- double BS from MIT, minor in management from Sloan
- experience in social entrepreneurship – won IDEAS competition at MIT, finalist in World Bank Development Marketplace
- global health experience in South America and Asia – including working with mobile health vans in hardest to reach places of the world
- business consultant for fortune 500 companies
- experience in running NGOs and startups
- change management, process redesign, system design and CRM expert
- research experience – including some of the most difficult to reach places in the world
- documentarian and author